The film is Krause's first post-mortem project since the finale of his popular HBO show, the Hollywood Reporter said.
Krause is the executive producer and star of the movie about an accountant, who is already freaked out about terrorist plots, is rocked when an Islamic graduate student moves next door, the Reporter said.
Krause's last film appearance was in the 2004 "We Don't Live Here Anymore."
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